RE/MAX ON THE BAY
NEW LONDON COUNTY'S #1 REAL ESTATE FIRM
We abide by one rule: the client’s needs always come first. From the day we list your home to the day you close, we stand in your corner ready to move heaven and earth to meet your real estate needs.
Recognized as New London County’s top real estate firm, RE/MAX on the Bay has vast market experience closing $98 million worth of deals in 2020 alone. We specialize in a variety of real estate disciplines including local buying and selling of residential homes, town homes, condo units, new construction developments and raw land deals.
Our team proudly serves Niantic, Old Lyme, East Lyme, Old Saybrook, Waterford, New London and surrounding Southeastern Connecticut communities. Having closed hundreds of deals across the region, we understand the unique characteristics of each community giving us the power to provide an effective experience tailored to every buyer and seller.
RE/MAX on the Bay is committed to serving our community and leaving it a better place for the next generation. Our agents don’t just work here – they live here, play here and serve here. As active members of our community, we make it a priority to give back through volunteering and partnering with local charities and non-profit organizations.
BUD & SUE BOWES
Bud & Sue Bowes are the proud owners of RE/MAX on the Bay. Since opening their doors in 2013, they’ve run their business with a simple philosophy: a client should never leave with anything less than an amazing experience.
Fueled by a commitment to client satisfaction, Bud & Sue serve as advocates until each client has found the perfect home or sold for the right price. They believe each client should be treated with the utmost level of honesty, professionalism and respect and have built the RE/MAX on the Bay team around these values.
Having lived in New London County for their entire lives, Bud & Sue have deep roots within Connecticut and cherish the friends, family and friendships they’ve made throughout the years. They believe in giving back to their community and finding opportunities to make the area a better place for all to enjoy.